Memorable trips are made up of small happiness, seconds of eye flattening views, breath taking views of beautiful Sikkim and of course the representation of 100s yrs of living culture, cuisine and heritage.
The most popular tourist destination in West Sikkim. The main attraction of Peling is breathtaking view of Mt. Kanchajhugha and the surroundings. Peling is about 130 Km from NJP and 125 Km from Gangtok. Peling is Situated at an altitude of 6800 ft, it offers good view of entire mountain ranges including the Koktang, Kumbhakarna, Rathong, Kabru, Dom, Kanchenjunga, Pandim, Zopuno, Shimbho, Narsing, Siniyalchu and others. The nearby attract from Peling includes Pemayangtse Monastery and Khechepalri Lake , one of the most scared lake in Sikkim. Seasonzblue offers Super Deluxe to Premium category accommodation in Peling and its surroundings over various Seasons.
At an altitude of around 5600 ft , Rinchenpong is the latest and upcoming tourist spot in the western part of Sikkim, has a magnificent view over the mountain views, sunrise and sunset, flora and fauna, village tourism, historical sites and heritage of Resum Monastery, rich forests and ample area for short treks.
At an altitude of 6600 ft , Uttarey is famous for its tranquility and natural beauty. The places offers you most amazing view of the Himalayan ranges in a virgin ambience. You can reach Uttarey from Peling or Gezing. Seasonzblue offers beautiful cottages in an eco resorts for its guest.
Situated in the west district of Sikkim, you can reach Uttare from Pelling, Gezing or Dentum. On your way you will pass Singsor bridge, said to be the second highest bridge in Asia. The height of Uttare is about 6600ft. Uttare is famous for its tranquility and natural beauty. The place provides beautiful view to the Himalayan mountains and is yet relatively less traveled by tourists. This allows a more serene atmosphere to be enjoyed. During winter the mountains around here are covered with snow allowing heavenly views.
The Varsey is famous for its unique Varsey Rhododendron Sanctuary. It is in between the Singalila National Park in the south and Khangchendzonga Biosphere Reserve in the north, this small 104-sq-km sanctuary is at an altitude of 10,000 ft and supports a wide variety of bio-diversity. But the main attractions of the sanctuary are the rhododendrons which bloom in April-May coloring the Sanctuary in wild abandon.Hilley is the last motorable point before Varsey. A four-km walk through beautiful pine forests takes you to the Sanctuary. You can stay at the Gurash Kunj Lodge here.